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. [ bagpipes play ] poussaint: south pasadena, california, is a city of 23,000 people nestled in the vastness of los angeles county. woman: as far as south pasadena, we like to think of it as 10 minutes and 100 years from los angeles. poussaint: the city is renowned for its trees, neighborhoods, schools, and sense of community. woman: the school definitely adds to the sense of community and a sense of family, and pretty much, like, a groundedness in that, a base, that this is your home. we have a main street here. you walk your dog, you know your neighbors. it's so good for you to be known and loved and cared about. poussaint: but south pasadena is also renowned for another reason. for 40 years, it's been fighting for its life. in 1964, the california highway commission, now called caltrans, decided to build a freeway down the center of south pasadena, along what's called the meridian route. man: caltrans would never take no for an answer, and they had thinkers there that were ingrained in the idea that southern california will have crisscross freeways every three miles, and that was the ulti
from the lab in pasadena, here is nbc's mike taibbi. >> reporter: a year after its launch, the latest photos from the mars rover curiosity are stunning, vast landscapes, individualized rocks, analyzed by a laser beam >> the state is going to be one for the history books, it is looking really good. >> reporter: not surprisingly, the blog went wild, had they found evidence of life on the planet most like earth? perhaps, some guessed, carbon based molecules known as organics. >> this is one indicator, doesn't verify it. >> reporter: but after the initial burst of excitement, over the one for the history books tease, there was a bit of a walkback today at the lab in pasadena. >> we are getting closer to understand what it takes, how to explore the organic compounds. >> reporter: but not yet proof of life? >> definitely not proof of life. >> reporter: still, they are interested in the very possibility, one explored by science in films ranging from "war of the worlds," to modern fiction like mars attacks, and by entrepreneurs who see the human colonies on mars within 20 years. >> we're on t
' fans who fear the team might again consider moving to southern california pasadena considering hosting a team in the rose bowl stadium. the stadium is home to college football's annual rose bowl game. today the pasadena city council will hold a public hearing to bring an nfl team to the city on a temporary basis. raiders have not been specifically mentioned there are rumors the raiders may consider relocating. >>> sacred heart needs your help, the charity needs 1500 turkeys to meet its thank day goal. -- meet its thanksgiving day goal. sacred heart begins handing out holiday boxes this morning. amy hollyfield is in san jose now talking with organizers. she will have an update in the next half hour. >>> we invite you to be part of the abc7 share your holiday food drive on -- we broadcast live from around the bay area. for more information and location nearest you, go to abc7news.com and click on -- abc7news.com/community. >> sorry about the coughing. people say when the weather changes quickly people are more likely to get sick. certainly we've seen flip-floppy weather. >> we have. with
for that in pasadena watch out for some downed wires that has shut down hog neck road between tower bridge road and elizabeth road. stick with edwin rainer boulevard. no concerns on 97 whether route 50 or 695. howard county, no concerns on interstate 70 from columbia pike to 695 and as we check in and look live here at the northwest corner of the beltway traffic is moving right along no delays from old court road down to 95 and as we head over to parkville this is what it looks like at harford road. everything is moving along no delays heading up towards towson. that's a look at your abc2 timesaver traffic. megan and charley over to you. >>> 6:47. there are no words of gratitude that are strong enough tore our veterans. the sacrifices have been emense. >> we honor them for everything they have done and everything they continue to do. sherrie johnson is hive with how to -- live with how to celebrate veterans da. >> reporter: in a little -- day. >> reporter: in a little bit a number of people will gather for the third annual veterans day parade and ceremony. it's not just a day off for work but a
fans who are afraid the team might once again relocate to southern california. pasadena is considering hosting an nfl team in the rose bowl. for five years while a new downtown l.a. football stadium gets built. yesterday the rose bowl hosted the annual football rivalry between ucla and usc. the l.a. times reports tomorrow the pasadena city council will consider bringing the nfl to their city. the pasadena chamber of commerce and others like the prospect of millions of nfl dollars flowing into their city on a temporary basis. but people who live near the rose bowl have complained in the past about traffic and noise and problems caused by rowdy fans. >>> opposition is growing over plans by stores like wal-mart, toys-r-us, sears and target to kickoff black friday deals on thanksgiving night. one target employee from california has started an online petition calling on the stores to give back thanksgiving to employees and their families. now there are more than 40 petitions to save thanksgiving on change.org with more than 238,000 signatures. but experts say when it comes to competition, s
. pasadena is considering hosting an nfl team in the rose bowl. for five years while a new downtown l.a. football stadium gets built. yesterday the rose bowl hosted the annual football rivalry between ucla and usc. the l.a. times reports tomorrow the pasadena city council will consider bringing the nfl to their city. the pasadena chamber of commerce and others like the prospect of millions of nfl dollars flowing into their city on a temporary basis. but people who live near the rose bowl have complained in the past about traffic and noise and problems caused by rowdy fans. >>> opposition is growing over plans by stores like wal-mart, toys-r-us, sears and target to kick off black friday deals on thanksgiving night. one target employee from california has started an online petition calling on the stores to give back thanksgiving to employees and their families. now there are more than 40 petitions to save thanksgiving on change.org with more than 238,000 signatures. but experts say when it comes to competition, stores like target are similarly supplying a demand. >>> an appetite for sho
. pasadena is considering hosting an nfl team in the rose bowl. stadium for five years while a new downtown l.a. football facility gets built. yesterday the rose bowl hosted the annual football rivalry between ucla and usc. the l.a. times reports tomorrow the pasadena city council will consider bringing the nfl to their city. that's on a temporary basis. the pasadena chamber of commerce and others like the prospect of millions of nfl dollars flowing into their city on a temporary basis. but people who live near the rose bowl have complained in the past about traffic and noise and problems caused by rowdy fans. >> extraordinary efforts are being made on behalf of the pets left homeless of a hurricane sandy. tens of thousands were either abandoned or left stranded by the storm. here's abc's reporter with a story of how they are now being helped. >> they are the silent victims of super storm sandy. some of the most helpless and most affected and now our four-legged friends are finally getting the help they need. southwest airlines and seaworld teamed up to fly 60 orphaned cats and dogs to an ani
in a deadly shooting in cused - pasadena.anne arundel couuty prosecutors say they didn't have enooghh videeceeto &pproceed with the case against daniel savage.the 18-year-old had been charged with firss degrre murder in tte death of matthewwmorrow.he was killed last month... after a house party.proseeutors are moving forwaar with their case against a seconn man... 18-year-old ronald mcleod. at least four people are dead ann 17 others are hurt after a train collides witt a float... during a paraae honoring vetera. veterans.federal officials pill investigate yesterday's crash in midland, texas.police say a freight train hit a rail crossing.most of the er a veterans... and their signiiicant others. "i ssw the truck crossing the tracks. about halfway across the rackss the gates started coming down. the truck tried other people in front of him out of his wwy. the gates actually hht the first people trailer."a ssokesman for tth tte company says the train was sounding its horn... and the crossing gate and lights were working at theetime. president obama makes his second trip to the nort
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in a local band called pass pasadena. he thought this would be good to give back. >> people that we know who live up there won't be able to get back to the house for six to eight months. >> he was asked to help out in the relief effort and had no problem helping out the first responders. >> you snow, it could be weeks to -- know this could be weeks to months before they get power back about they're still taking their time and lives to help everybody else. >> reporter: there's still some local connections here. >> people were dropping things off yesterday. we found at left a half dozen of them have family up there, friends up there. they really appreciate the support. so we're trying to use the resource we have. >> if you would like to donate, you can drop off items at the woodland beach fire company. >> if you're looking for a way to help with the recovery efforts, abc and disney have teamed up with the american red cross. just text abc to 90999 to make a $10 donation to the red cross. keep it here. our local representative will be here for a live interview in just 11 minutes. >> just a horr
today dry. 48 in pasadena. increasing clouds today. maybe some fog in some areas. rain will come in early todanig. we will check the seven-day forecast going all the way into the weekend. >> officials are trying to figure out what caused a massive explosion in indianapolis. two people were killed in the blast and destroyed more than 30 homes. seven others were hospitalized. power was turned off to the subdivision. officials suspect it was a gas leak. a man pulled a handgun and pulled the trigger. the gun and did not fire. the man refused to drop the gun. the suspect was shot multiple times and later died at a hospital. >> a police officer is recovering after being attacked by a man with a sword. this happened early on saturday morning. the suspect was shot and killed. 41 degrees at the airport. thanksgiving is a week from thursday. how much will cost this year to host the holiday? >> tracking some accidents already. already. >> now insta-weather plus and traffic pulse 11 together. >> good morning. sarah caldwell checking on your morning commute. not bad out there. just a couple o
selected to perform in the tournament of roses parade in pasadena. the parade, watched by 40 million people worldwide, is competitive. hundreds of bands applied and only 22 were chosen including valley christian. >> definitely probably one of the biggest accomplishments that a high school band can get. >> reporter: and they are sharing the accomplishment of another band beijing 57 all the way in china. in april valley christian traveled to beijing. now through technology the two bands practice their songs together bridging the cultural gap with music. >> whatever you can't say with words, you can let out with music. >> reporter: and in january, the two bands will join marching six miles through pasadena playing out their high school dream. >> most people are like band nerds. they have that negative connotation. but i think we're probably the coolest people around. the band is super cool. >> reporter: and so is their school. >> that is cool. >> isn't that cool? yeah. these guys, they were really neat. took their practice very seriously. they were rehearsing when we went and barged in to do t
in the tournament of roses parade in pasadena. the parade, watched by 40 million people worldwide, is competitive. hundreds of bands applied and only 22 were chosen including valley christian. >> definitely probably one of the biggest accomplishments that a high school band can get. >> reporter: and they are sharing the accomplishment of another band beijing 57 all the way in china. in april valley christian traveled to beijing. now through technology the two bands practice their songs together bridging the cultural gap with music. >> whatever you can't say with words, you can let out with music. >> reporter: and in january, the two bands will join marching six miles through pasadena playing out their high school dream. >> most people are like band nerds. they have that negative connotation. but i think we're probably the coolest people around. the band is super cool. >> reporter: and so is their school. >> did you play in the band. i did not but i have a big appreciation. a lot of, in the band. what's so neat is the cultural exchange. >> they went to beijing and the band members from china are c
in pasadena which means he would be inturned. things start to happen without you looking at it from the beginning when writing a story but as you develop the characters and the year and the situation and the stories a father would tell a daughter. all this came out the camps, what happened. what he hoped for. what he wished for. all the stories he tells the daughters. some of them would have to cover that interment time and a lot is what happened from my research. all that went in the book. does that answer your question? it's not that i purposely said, now i will advocate this. but if a story line covers a certain aspect of history that you tell it to the greatest truth you can. you know, you talk about the situation and if you inhabit the characters, hopefully, in the right way you try to feel hathey would feel. >> thank you. >> we started reading your book in my classroom a couple of weeks ago. >> he's lifting the book up. they are disapointed because we haven't gotten to the part you read yet, it's okay the story is not spoiled. i want to thank bobby and alex for coming on a
died monday after a tree fell through this pasadena home. a woman also died and a car accident in montgomery county. a thief may have taken advantage of local closures. it tells a liquor store was robbed of nearly $4,000 worth of liquor and cigarettes. police say no cash was taken. but the person responsible also smashed the glass door of the store. after being disrupted by sandy, early voting resumed in maryland today. voters turned out in large numbers. the state board of elections says the number of early voters so far is more than 192,000. some polling places reported a two hour wait. early building is open to registered voters through this friday, november 2. the polls will be open from 8:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. anyone still in line at 9:00 will get to cast their ballot. for a list of sites, even had our web site, wbaltv.com. mitt romney is hoping some of those votes were for him. today he returned to the campaign trail but the republican presidential nominee clarified his position on the federal emergency management agency's role in disasters like hurricane sandy. in a st
>>> so you're in a diner in pasadena. you look outside a window and see this. >> rise of the robots? >> that is a robot. >> what the heck is this thing? >> they're part of a ge advertising campaign called brilliant machine. it's about how robots and these machines are changing our world. >> oh, my goodness. look at this. >> that is all great information. what is going on in the video? where did the robots come from and go to? >> they're all going to ge. again, this is their ad campaign to talk about how robots are increasingly in the world around us. they want us to see how robots are going to make our lives easier. this one catches kit remember from "knight rider"? >> knight rider, a shadowy flight into the world of a man who does not exist. >> kit is picking up a date. >> oh, boy. so all the videos played out by ge meant to look like something that somebody captured on their cell phone. okay. >> are you getting this? >> dude, i got it with a good camera. >> that first one kind of freaked me out. making robot noises and -- >> i know about your robotaphobia. there is treatment for t
is from patrick craig from pasadena who made a ravens football tie. you are a veteran, this is your third year. >> yes. >> tell me about your tie? >> it's a ravens tie. i love watching the ravens so i decided to make a football tie and thought it would do well. >> it's one of the most popular. you're a veteran, you've grown into your tie, right? >> yes. >> emily created this jack in the box tie and she wants everyone to -- >> buy it and wear it. >> because it will help you. since the program first began, the miracle tie collection has raised more than 900,000 dollars. these are really special kids. >> those ties are great, you go out and buy somebody a tie. 37 degrees at b.w.i. here's a look ahead. >> businesses reopen after the water main break in midtown baltimore. we will have the latest. >> it looks like mild temperatures are on the way. we got a little bit of that yesterday and more of it later today and tomorrow. the insta-weather plus forecast just ahead. >> and the shocking announcement from the director of the c.i.a. why general david patraeus is stepping down. [captioning made p
fighting for a chance to get married on a float on new year's day in pasadena. the winner will get everything paid for plus two tickets to the game. the couple's wedding plans were put on hold after they took in lydia's niece. the young girl was being sent to the foster program. >> she's been such a great support. he said, you know, i'll support you 100% if you want to take her in. and so i think we have decided to go ahead with it and see how it works out. >> if you would like to see lydia and angel get married at the parade you can vote on farmers insurance homepage or their facebook page to get them hitched. >> got a lovely new home there, too. apparently. >>> it is 4:57 right now. down to the wire. the presidential candidates' last-ditch pitch to woo voters l it carry the day? >> five symptoms, one day. this is no rock star. five stops, one day. what the governor warns will happen if his initiative doesn't pass. >> reporter: polls in california open in two hours. even though we have a record number of registered voters in this state, why 800,000 bay area voters won't be at th
victim died when a tree fell through his pasadena home and another died in a traffic accident in montgomery county. >> in druid hill park, sandy claim a piece of history. there was a tree standing in the park for 400 years. it was standing along green spring avenue and toppled onto the roadway during the storm. crews have been able to remove a major parts of it. >> we have it in the records as a park from 1860 when they were putting the roads in the intentionally curve to the road to save the tree. >> they are planning on moving the tree to a safer place and will determine what to do with the next. >> there is good news for those who suffered damage which could save them thousands of dollars. >> because there was no hurricane warning issued for any part of the state, an insurer may not impose under a homeowner's policy a percentage deductible would damage that was sustained. >> the many insurance policies keep homeowners on the vote for a percentage of the damages but -- when a hurricane warning is issued. since there was no warning, homeowners will have to pay their standard
and was killed when a tree fell on him. the man died monday after a tree fell on his pasadena home, and a woman died in a car accident in montgomery county. as for the rest of the northeast, millions are beginning without power, some without water, others with no where to call home. president obama visited some of the places affected by sandy. but the reality of the destruction is settling in, bringing the people left homeless to tears. those displaced by the storm are waiting to see what happens. in manhattan, subways are still cut off by flooding. >> the subway is cut in half around 40th street. >> thousands were trapped in homes around 72 hours. >> sunday night was probably the most horrifying in my life. >> they are street with sam. >> it was right out of a movie. >> emergency officials say thousands of gallons of oil ruptured in the storm. yesterday president obama promised federal help during two hours of seaside new jersey. >> we go through tough times, and we bounced back. the reason is we look out for one another, and we do not leave anybody behind. >> getting back to life as usual is
at the pasadena police department in altadena. the injuries are said to be minor. the victims are being evaluated at a hospital. it's believed they are all police department employees. >>> well, shortly after the coast guard called off its search for two workers missing after an oil platform fire, hired divers found a body near the sight. the fire that erupted sent an ominous black plume into the area. the fire broke out while workers were using a torch to cut an oil line. at least four workers were severely burned. >> something like this happens, it tears at everyone's heart. and, you know, it's just a horrible day. first and foremost, we've gotta take care of those involved. >> two men remain in critical season, while two others are in serious condition. >>> in an age where we seemingly have too much information, here comes a whole lot more. how your government is opening up the floodgates, for better or for worse. >>> and the photo that set the internet on fire today, a golden moment in the oval office. >>> high-def doppler radar, so impressive, new cells of rain popping up from the tri-valley
after two helicopters collided on saturday this pasadena police helicopter equipped a second helicopter while one of them was landing. and the other helicopter was taking off. those five people, were taken to the hospital and treated and those injuries are not life-threatening. however, the pilots serious damage. >> the spacecraft has returned to earth this capsule touched down in kazakhstan after 127 days in orbit. the astronauts on board, one was from russia, japan, the u.s. toward they participated in the space walks, and over 40 different scientific experiments. this retirement capsule is that the only way that practice can get to/from the international space station. >> one hostess declared bankruptcy, the sales skyrocketed. and if you find yourself stockpiling you could be in for a sweet surprise. what the future holds.... >> people around the bay area are more concerned of their products. coming up a closer look at what the bay area has to offer. >> san jose police say this man and rested friday after a high-speed chase and shootout police is connected to other crimes. jonathan w
harbor and 64 in pasadena. it's going to be a nice day. get out and enjoy. let's check the abc2 timesaver traffic with lauren cook. >> reporter: good morning. everything is nice and clear in hunt valley. and 83 in great shape at warren road. nothing to get in your way as you travel down to 695. and as for 95, we are dealing with a crash right now in rosedale along the northbound lanes near pulaski highway and as we check in and look at drive times you will notice the southbound lanes. no concerns there. it will be nice and clear heading into the city and it's going to take you 15 minutes to travel southbound from the beltway all the way to downtown baltimore. 695 going to be in great shape if we can pull up the drive times. no delays whatsoever. it's going to take you 11 minutes to travel the outer loop from 795 to 95. and the beltway will remain nice and clear from parkville up towards towson. that's a look at your abc2 timesaver traffic over to you. >>> he was watching television when someone knocked on his door. >> what happened next caused a marine to grab his weapon and open fire. >>
is from patrick of pasadena. he made a ravens football tie. this is your third year? >> yes. >> tell me about your type. >> i love watching football and i thought this would do well. >> is one of the most popular. you are a veteran. you have finally grown into your tie, right? >> yes. >> family created this jack in the box tie and she wants everyone to -- >> by it and where it because it will help you. >> this program has raised more than $900,000 since it began. >> what a bunch of keys. >> and the thais are always gorgeous. -- what a bunch of cuties. >> and the ties are always gorgeous. >> he is battling an beating leukemia. and he made this type two years ago. the man. we have a storm on the coast moving further away, opening the door to a beautiful weekend in the northeast. we have to get through a chilly night tonight, the temperatures are going to climb saturday, sunday into monday, well above normal. 59 is average for this time of year. 78 the record high. 25 the record low. cold stuff on this day in 2003. right now, it is 40 degrees in downtown baltimore. we will see these temper
us there is not enough evidence to charge savage with the murder that happen in pasadena in october. morrow was shot leaving a party in the early morning hours of october 13. he and a friend were walking down the street when a truck pulled up and someone started shooting. mccloud is still facing first- degree murder charges. police continue the investigation. additional charges are expected in the future. a not guilty verdict last night in the case of the university student accused of killing another student over loud music. a jury found alexis simpson not guilty on all seven counts in the fatal stabbing of dominique frazier last september. it took just three hours to deliberate and, with the verdict. simpson to the witness stand in her own defense. attorneys say the most important piece of evidence came from the management company. >> they had a document that said alexis had come to the management office prior to the incident and complained she was being threatened by dominique and others. she said she was fearful and wanted to change her room. >> the prosecutor says the jury did t
in pasadena.buu prosecutors say they dont have enough evidennc to proceed with the case againstthim.they arr moving forward with mcleod.18-year-old ronald 3 of....schooll.. - ...crimeereporting... is.. under fire once againn as joy lepolaareportt mooe members of city council are speaking out t. tonight. in this email from the city pol fox 45...a request to city school police to complete dozens of reportt recounting &pserious crimes that are inccmpletee reports of felooies like assault and dilenquent. it's the seconn 3 time in under a monnh schooll crime reports have been questionedlast month ww uncovered dozens of serious crimes that were not reported 23:13:511i don't think it doess ann agency individual weel to try to hiie not to show what's of crimes like assaalts andd - consfiscated weapsons that were not included in the school's official crime stats after our report, school police officerssvotede no confidence in police chief toby oodwin23:50:26"it is a concern and we should know." and now he controversy has caught the attention of a key member of the citt council23: 49:48it's a
the interstate 35w bridge collapsed into the mississippi river in 2007. today pasadena based jacobs. as part of the settlement, jacobs admitted no wrong doing. the victims received a $52 million settlement in 2010. >> today the sex scandal that brought down david petraeus is growing. and nancy pelosi is weighing in on what some consider the soap opera style dealings in washington. >> the woman at the center of the scandal has yet to break her silence. broadwell is seen here in a lexus suv backing into her brother's home where she's been staying. the fbi is investigating general daniels. the fbi is looking into e- mails. >> you can assure someone went over the line with her because she's just not that type of person. >> reporter: petraeus stepped down last friday. his registration nation leaves lawmakers in a lurch. they were planning to hear from the general this week over the attack in benghazi. >> i will say that i think it's absolutely impartive that general petraeus come and testify. >> and today california representative nancy pelosi says while she has questions about why congress wasn'
covering and two helicopters after they collided. pasadena clifton another helicopter on saturday afternoon and one the chopper was lending and one was taking off. they took the five people inside. the one person on the ground was treated and none of the injuries were life- threatening but authorities say that they both had a significant damage to the aircraft. >> we have a live studio interview with redeeming thos reading rainbos... host [ female announcer ] introducing yoplait greek 100. 100% new. ♪ 100% greek. 100% mmm... ♪ oh wow, that is mmm... ♪ in fact it's so mmm you might not believe it's a hundred calories. well ok then, new yoplait greek 100. it is so good. ♪ >> welcome back we are taking this live look. you can see clear conditions but it is dry and it will stay dry for the rest of the they with similar conditions for this afternoon. partly cloudy and cool and dry. let us take a look if the numbers it is been a bit of a chilly start. still, dylan with 40's in the north bay. and if still-in dealing with 40's and 54 degrees in san jose. the futurecast is showing that thing
" reports today, the pasadena city council will hold a hearing on a plan to bring an nfl team to the city on a temporary basis raiders are not specifically mentioned there are rumors the raiders may consider relocating. >>> sacred heart community service in san jose needs your help. we just got a new update, still needs 1,000 turkeys. sacred heart s a box of food with a turkey for low income families they've been doing this every year a lot of people will not get a turkey this year unless they get more dough faces quickly. they begin handing out holiday boxes this morning. amy hollyfield is talking with organizers about their turkey shortage she will have a live update in the next half hour. >>> we invite you to be part of the abc7 share your holiday food drive december 12th. we broadcast live from around the bay area taking donations for local food banks. for more information and location nearest you go to abc7news.com/community. >>> a lot of us are vying to be at the sites, fun to meet the fans who come out and bring their food. everybody shares the holiday spirit. >> folks who get up e
to clinch the pac-12 north if they could beat ucla in south pasadena. here's mike with the highlights. he has the highlights in this morning's sports. >> good morning. kickoff with a little college football. stanford had to beat ucla yesterday in the season finale to advance to the pac-12 title game against ucla. stanford had beaten the bruins three times coming up. the opening play, 75-yard drive opening. kevin hogan finding the receiver drew tirrell wide open in the end zone, 7-0, stanford in a flash. brent huntley, and foray. ties the game at 7. stanford showing off the wildcat. anthony takes the snap and takes a right up the gut. ten yards for the touchdown, 14-7, stanford. next drive, stefhon taylor breaks through. gets to the open field. no one is going to catch hem. 49 yards. taylor set a school record, 21 100-yard games. stanford led 21-10 at the half. third quarter. picked by jordan richards. 22nd straight game with a turnover for stanford's defense. that's fourth longest in the nation. look at this catch. he had to squeeze it against his helmet. what a play. that led to taylor's
a chance to clinch the pac-12 north if they could beat ucla in south pasadena. here's mike with the highlights. he has the highlights in this morning's sports. >> good morning. kickoff with a little college football. stanford had to beat ucla yesterday in the season finale to advance to the pac-12 title game against ucla. stanford had beaten the bruins three times coming up. cardinals on the move early. 11-play, and the opening play, 75-yard drive opening. kevin hogan finding the receiver drew turrell wide open in the end zone, 7-0, stanford in a flash. brent huntley, and foray. ties the game at 7. stanford showing off the wildcat. anthony takes the snap and takes it right up the gut. ten yards for the touchdown, 14-7, stanford. next drive, stefhon taylor breaks through. gets to the open field. no one is going to catch hem. 49 yards. taylor set a school record, 21 100-yard games. stanford led 21-10 at the half. third quarter. picked by jordan richards. 22nd straight game with a turnover for stanford's defense. that's fourth longest in the nation. look at this catch. he had
in pasadena. six people hurt, including five police sr officers, they are expecting to survive their injuries. the national transportation safety board is investigating. >>> new video of an oil platform that caught fire friday morning in the gulf of mexico. >> may day, may day. >> something just blew up. >> a tv crew was nearby when the rig exploded. yesterday, the body of one of the missing crew members was found at the bottom of the sea. another crew member is still missing, and at least four others are in the hospital. the ceo of black elk injury, which owns the rig, says it's a difficult time for the company and for the injured workers. >> you know, it's an emotional situation, and the very best i can do is comfort them, reassure them, and get them back to their families. >> investigators believe vapors ignited as workers used a blow torch on an oil line. warning signals were used at the railroad crossing where a parade float full of veterans was hit by a freight train. the ntsb says signals activated seven seconds before the float crossed the tracks. four veterans much the iraq and afgha
county this morning, lines out the door at the pasadena elementary school. a similar situation here, where center been carden cast his vote to start of his day. maryland has already seen a record turnout for early voting. nearly 4% of registered voters cast their ballots last week. officials are not -- reporting to me problems at polling locations, although we are told at one location a poll worker was struck by a car. we are told his injuries were not life-threatening. the big issue is the lines. lisa robinson is live in northeast baltimore where the turnout has been very strong. >> if you look over your, you don't see any lines right now. it will pick up as people are getting off work around 6:00 and a little later as we get into the evening. as much as people had to wait in line, they really did not seem to mind, because they are really just wanted to be heard. just about everywhere, the lines were long. at the first english lutheran church at 39th and charles, polling officials could not get a break. >> there has been a steady flow all morning long, starting at 7:00, and has not
of potentially hazardous material in the house. jts six people were injured after two pasadena police helicopters smacked into each other. one chopper clipped another while landing and the other was taking off. it happened yesterday at the pasadena police department's heli pad. it appears none of the injuries are life threatening and the national transportation safety board is investigating. >>> idaho police are searching for two men who killed a monkey at a zoo exhibit. police say a security guard saw two men running away from the primate exhibit saturday morning and one of the zoo's monkeys was found with a serious head injury fp veterinarian was brought in but the monkey died from blunt force trauma to the head and neck. >>> in ohio saturday, more than 200 dogs were taken from a puppy mill. people removed the dogs, many of which were found to be in poor health. people were running the business from inside their home. they will likely now face animal cruelty charges. at least 30 different breeds of puppies were confiscated during that raid. >>> a 40-year-old, the 11 news i team investigation is
pasadena police schnuck helicopters hit each other. it was between usc and ucla. one helicopter was landing when it clipped a chopper when it was hit. >>> we learned more about a military crash. four veterans were killed and their float was hit by a speeding train on thursday. federal investigators say warning signs did go off before they entered the train crossing. it used it and it is unclear if it used the signals for the horn. >>> some are calling this the most tragedy convenient mid- land has ever seen. 300 people came together to honor four of the veterans killed in that crash. a mother and her sun trove up. >>> earlier in the day the community presented the honor flag which was originally dedicated in honor of those terror attacks. they lost their lives in new jersey. >>> many were devastated by super storm sandy. vice-president joseph biden will traffic today to seaside heights and hoboken to thank first responders. and hoboken was -- hoboken was flooded for days. they were facing after last month -- they were facing it after last month's storm, they picked up the animals while they
on the fox trip across america. california, that crash in pasadena leaving the tail of one chopper split in half and its rotor blade toppled. all six fepeople survived. one kept was on patrol and the other monitoring college traffic from a football game at the roosevelt. the n.t.s.b. now investigating. idaho, the search is on for the suspects in the beating death of a monkey at zoo boise. and police say they hope a baseball cap left behind will help them catch the kill other or killers. two men dressed in dark clothing broke in and attacked one of the monkeys. the employees are shocked and outraged. >> ticking it particularly hard, and very upset. >> more than 300,000 people visit zoo boise every year. and texas, it stood for 88 years and it only took 12 seconds to take it down. the thomas building in dallas raised in a controlled implosion by demolition crews, the building, one of the last landmarks from dallas' heyday as a cotton trading town. that's a fox watch across america. florida senator marco rubio take making an important visit out of his home state. where he went and what he s
to clinch the pac-12 north if they could beat ucla in south pasadena. here's mike with the highlights. >> good morning. kickoff with a little college football. stanford had to beat ucla yesterday to advance to the pac-12 title game against ucla. stanford had beaten the bruins three times coming up. the opening play, 75-yard drive opening. findth reefer, wide open to the end zone, 7-0 stanford in a flash. brent huntley, and foray. ties the game at 7. stanford showing off the wildcat. anthony takes the snap and takes a right up the gut. ten yards for the touchdown, 14-7, stanford. next drive, stefhon taylor breaks through. taylor set a school record, 21, 100-yard games. third quarter. picked. 22nd straight game with a turnover for stanford's defense. that's fourth longest in the nation. look at this catch. he had to squeeze it against his helmet. what a play. that led to taylor's second touchdown of the game, 142 yards, 20 carries and only 3 quarters of work. stanford wins 34-17. they face ucla on friday at stanford for the pac-12 championship. >> we came out here, take it one step at a
with the store manager. the teenager collapsed just off camera and later died. pasadena attorney john burton represented the turner family in a civil trial that resulted in a jury award of $10 million. he is now preparing a lawsuit on behalf of angela jones. >> this device the taser, as it's called is much more dangerous than the company indicates and that police believe, and especially when shot in the chest, the electric current can take over the heart rhythm and cause cardiac arrest. >> reporter: taser international disputes this claim on their website, saying there is no reliable published data that proves taser ecds negatively affect the heart. taser refers to medical studies that conclude its devices do not harm the heart. taser international also provided a written statement, which says in part "we are concerned about this incident and eagerly await more information." >> the company which makes this device would say there's no evidence that it causes any problems with the heart. this is all about attorneys who want to make a lot of money in lawsuits. you would s
. investigators believe the crash happened while one chopper was landing and the other was taking off in pasadena. six people hurt including five police officers and they all suffered non-life-threatening injuries, the national transportation safety board is investigating this incident. >>> new video in morning of the oil platform caught friday morning in the gulf of mexico. >> something just blew up. >> a tv crew nearby when that exploded. the body of one of the missing crew members was found at the bottom of the sea. another crew member still missing and four others in the hospital. the ceo of black elk energy, which owns the rig, says it's a difficult time for the company and those injured workers. >> it was an emotional situation, and very best i could do was to comfort them, reassure them and get them back to their families. >> investigators believe vapors ignited as workers used a blow torch on an oil line. >>> the warning signals were indeed used at a parade crossing where a parade full of veterans were hit by a train. they were activated seven seconds before the truck crossed the tracks.
savage with the murder that happened at a party in pasadena back in october. police say 21-year-old matthew morrow was shot while leaving a party in the 209th street in the early morning hours of october 13th. morrow and a friend were walking down the street when they say a truck pulled up and someone started shooting. savages friend ronald mcloud of columbia is still facing first degree murder charges. police are continuing their investigation. we know additional charges are expected sometime in the future. >>> a not guilty verdict in the murder trial of a university student accused of killing her roommate during an argument over loud music. a jury found alexis simpson not guilty on all seven counts in the fatal stabbing of dominique frazier last september. it took only three hours for jurors to deliberate and come up with that verdict. >>> a new look this morning into that melee in towsend back in september. documents obtained by the i team reveal outmanned officers struggled to gain control of an unruly and defiant crowd of thousands. here's david collins. >> manned and under
edgewood, more like showers from b.w.i. to pasadena. overall, temperatures are in the 40's right now outside the downtown area. downtown is currently at 50 degrees. high temperatures only in the mid-fifties. when you factor in this winds from the west, i could feel colder than that. the couple sprinkles possible today. overall, the week looks pretty dry. breezy for the next few days. by sunday, we turn the clock spec for the morning hours. >> back with another update at 8:56. >>> we're back now at 8:30 on a thursday morning. it's the first day of november 2012. and we're one day away from a huge outdoor concert on our plaza. tomorrow morning, 8:30 half hour, it's all aerosmith all the time. it is their first ever morning show appearance, and we're gearing up. we're looking forward to it. if you're in the area, come on down on your way to work. it's going to be a lot of fun. matt lauer along with savannah gurthrie, al roker, and tamron hall. >>> and coming up, a look at how aerosmith became one of the biggest bands in the world. and then speaking of music, we want to remind everybody,
to a city college, pass pasadena city college, right after high school, went there for two years, general ed courses, and that's where i met my english teacher, the one who discovered my writing talent who told me to be a writer, and so when i transferred from pasadena college, went to uc santa cruz to study creative writing, and that's where i began to write high first novel when i was a junior. .. >> when they're trying to save their families, sometimes they end up destroying their families because that separation is very devastating in a family, especially the family that stays behind. they go through so many hardships that, um, to me i definitely don't discourage anyone from immigrating because, unfortunately, immigration is a necessity, it's not a choice. so i'm not, i'm not discouraging anybody. but i would like for them to consider how it's going to impact their family. and then the immigrants that are already here, i would really love for them to think about, you know, the sacrifices that their families have made, um, and can i want them to take advantage of -- and i want them to tak
from pasadena city college. when i went to study, they didn't have marching bands, so i didn't have anything to join. then i discovered a whole bunch of other things. i got into a political, all these other things i was doing. and i really missed the saxophone and i wanted to get back here by my teachers pulled me aside and said it's very good you are creative enough to explore and learn new things, does she need to choose one thing you want to focus on because otherwise you are going to be a jack of all trades. and i went home that day and i thought, what is it that i cannot be without? that is when i decided that writing was the one thing i couldn't live without. to give up everything else and focus on my writing. >> you're an award-winning novelist. across 100 mountains one of the according 2007. dancing with butterflies one international latino book award in 2010. this is your first nonfiction, this number. this is a very personal memoir. >> guest: it is extremely personal, yes. that's the only way i know how to write. even with my fiction, even though it is fiction, is also ins
: but the dispute over the warhol portrait may be less about love than money. pasadena gallery owner buys and sells warhol pieces and says this one could be worth millions. >> $10 million out of the question? >> you know, it would be my guess that it would be closer to that than 30. >> $10 million is an awful lot of money. >> an awful lot of money. >> reporter: o'neal's spokesman calls the lawsuit ridiculous and that there are dozens of witnesses who will confirm his version in court. >> mike taibbi in los angeles, thanks very much. more problems for the hit sitcom "two and a half men." now one star says people shouldn't watch it anymore. that later, but first this is "today" on nbc. anna nicole smith's daughter now a guess model herself. >> that story after your local news. . . . . [ male announcer ] it's that time of year again. time for citi price rewind. because your daughter really wants that pink castle thing. and you really don't want to pay more than you have to. only citi price rewind automatically searches for the lowest price. and if it finds one, you get refunded the difference. just us
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